Batman’s infamous attire has taken on many transformations over the years. There’s no doubt that the cowl, the cape, the bat symbol, the utility belt, the bladed gloves, the boots, and the briefs, or lack thereof, have continuously changed. If you drew it out, there is no doubt that you would produce at least 20 variations of the suit. There was a time when there were hints of blue in his cape and times when his armor gleamed with a silver hue. As the comic books built a popular following in the 70s, many of the illustrations showed a purplish Batman with pointier ears and longer bladed gloves.
However, as time enters 1989 and goes forward to Tim Burton’s vision of a darker Batman is born and his attire reflects a jet black suit with a yellow distinguished bat symbol proclaimed on his chest. And as more films are made fans will see that the darker side of Batman continues to stick and play as a representation of Bruce Wayne’s shaky start into the world.